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If you want to try and debug why things aren't working, you can try the following from the command line:
wpa_supplicant -dd -t -K -i''interface'' -D''device''
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Note that it probably isn't necessary to get rid of the wpa process after removing the interface, but it means that there aren't multiple processes if
you remove/insert the card several times.
!Ubuntu 5.04 (Hoary Hedgehog)
Note! If you are using Ubuntu 5.04 (Hoary) and you have an Intel-based wireless chip (such as the wireless in Centrino-based laptops) then you will need a newer version of the <tt>ipw</tt> driver to get [WPA] support. The one shipped with Ubuntu's default kernel is no good
See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=26623 for a walk-through.
There is currently being fixed in LinuxKernel 2.6.13 and 2.6.14 networking trees so it should all work out of the box in future Ubuntu releases.
( Breezy Badger
As described in the previous paragraph, this is fixed in ubuntu 5.10.
+!Ubuntu . ( )
Instead of doing "<tt>pre-up wpa_supplicant ...</tt>", ubuntu starts wpa on boot. Edit the <tt>/etc/default/wpasupplicant</tt> file:
OPTIONS="-w -Dipw -ieth1 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf"
changing the option for -D and -i as appropriate.
People who use other distros should put stuff here.
Part of CategoryWireless